GBA Module?

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  • #15269
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    Jim Jam
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    <b>This is really the last module I’d want, is there any reason it couldn’t happen if demand was high enough? </b>

    #15283

    They seem to have their hands full already but I really hope that they consider GB/GBA.

    #15303
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    Jim Jam
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    Me too, the GCN GBA player was a godsend, but my GameCube died.

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    It would be a nice addition to their already spectacular lineup.

    #15370

    They are akready working in quite a few modules already but given how there is already other systems out there boasting GBA emulation, I think it would be safe for tge Polymega to have it as well.

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    Yeah, a GB/GBC/GBA module is an obvious one. They should definitely focus on all of the most popular classic consoles first, but after that I’d like to see most of the less successful ones as well, including even some that have less then 50 games on them. Why? Because many people are curious about those consoles and would love to play the actual physical games on actual hardware instead of just on an emulator, but most of those consoles are crazy expensive to get these days. Playing them on the Polymega would be a great alternative.

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